At Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital, every aspect of our facility is designed with our patients and visitors in mind. From ample free parking to impressive amenities, we do our best to deliver an excellent rehab experience for everyone.
Providing a safe environment for patients, staff and the community is integral to our focus of delivering high-quality care. Main Line Health requires visitors to obtain a temporary visitor's badge from our Greeter Service Ambassadors located at the main entrance of our hospitals. A government-issued ID (state ID, driver's license, passport, etc.) is required to receive a visitor's badge.
Find directions, maps, train routes and more for incoming patients and visitors.
Directions to Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital
Check out all of the comforts and services we offer to make patient stays as comfortable as possible.
Learn about our amenities and services
Hospital policies and visiting hours
Learn about our rules and regulations for visitors, patients and staff.
View our visiting hours and policies
Visitor restrictions in place at Main Line Health
Main Line Health has resumed limited, in-person visitation for inpatients. To learn more about our visitation guidelines and approval process, visit our COVID-19 information page.
Preparing for a stay and patient handbook
Access everything patients and families need to know in one easy place.
Read our handbook for patients and visitors
Making the transition to an acute inpatient rehabilitation hospital
When your treatment team talks about discharge, it means your doctor feels that you are able to move forward to the next level of care. If a stay at an acute inpatient rehabilitation hospital is being suggested for you, you and your loved ones may have some questions about that transition. Here is some information that may help.